Summer Camps

kids playing at summer camp


Camp registration opening dates:

  • March 7, 8:00 am for City Residents
  • April 11, 8:00 am for Non-Residents

Summer day camp dates and hours

June 22 - August 12 | 7:30 am - 5:30 pm 


 Weekly fee of $55.00 for residents and $75.00 for non-residents. Financial assistance is available through our Scholarship Program. 


Transportation is provided to and from camp for City residents only. Transportation is only available during weeks 1-6 from June 22 to July 29. Stops will be limited (within school districts), are not the same as the school year and cannot be changed. Due to COVID-19, buses have a limited capacity and transportation is only available for City residents that have no other way to get to camp. City residents attending Camp Shenandoah who are planning to use camp transportation must enroll at a location within their school district. Clark students enroll at Burnley Moran; Greenbrier students enroll at Venable; Jackson Via students enroll at Johnson. **Field trips and transportation to and from camp will be dependent on bus staffing. Update to follow at a later date.


City residents in need of financial assistance may apply for our scholarship program by mail or online. Scholarship applications must be submitted and approved prior to registration. Scholarship processing takes 7-10 business days.

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inclusion summer camp

Inclusion Program 

Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to register for camp. With your registration, please indicate if you will need accommodations when prompted. A two-week notice is requested in order for the Department to make reasonable accommodations based on individual needs for successful inclusion. You will be contacted by a staff member to further discuss how we can help your child have a positive camp experience. All participants are required to follow the rules of conduct outlined in the program guidelines. Any camper, whether they have or have not identified special needs, may be removed from a program if after interventions and accommodations their behavior is a direct threat to property, themselves or others. Participants should be willing to actively participate in the program the majority of the time. We are not able to provide one-to-one assistance and our inclusion counselors rotate from group to group during the day. Successful campers should have the ability to function with occasional assistance as a member of a group of 10 or more campers. 

  1. Camp Shenandoah
  2. Camp Blue Ridge
  3. Camp Skyline

Ages 5-9 (Rising 1st through 4th Graders)

Experience the best of all worlds at Camp Shenandoah! Make the most of summer with outdoor play and nature discoveries in the schoolyard. Cool off inside with fun arts and crafts, interactive games, and enrichment activities for learning and building new skills. Our summer camp program also includes weekly trips to the pool and a field trip* to an exciting destination. A nutritious breakfast and lunch are provided through the USDA Summer Food Service Program. This camp is for rising first through fourth graders. 

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Please contact Adaptive Recreation for more information about camp inclusion for persons with disabilities.

  1. How will I stay informed?
  2. How do I contact staff?
  3. Are masks required?
  4. Are meals provided?
  5. Is transportation provided?
  6. What is the daily schedule?
  7. What are the weekly themes?
  8. Are there field trips at camp?
  9. What if my child takes medication?

Emails will be sent to the address that is listed on the primary member’s account in WebTrac. On the Friday before each new week you will receive important information regarding schedules, group assignments, special announcements, etc. If you are not receiving emails, please check your spam folder or verify your account information through WebTrac.